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  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 7. The historye and tyrannye of the Turkes.

    7. The historye and tyrannye of the Turkes.then hearyng that Caramannus inuaded the same tyme the countrey of Bithynia and Pontus, in Asia: Amurathes seketh treuse of the Christians.was glad to take truce with Ladislaus and Huniades vpon such c

    K. Henry. 7. The history and tyranny of the Turkes.

    K. Henry. 7. The history and tyranny of the Turkes. nus inuaded the same tyme the countrey of Bithynia and Pontus in Asia:Amurathes seeketh truce of the Christians. was glad to take truce with Ladislaus & Huniades vpon such conditi

    The first Booke conteyning the X. first persecutions, of the Primitiue Churche.

    maketh mention of the Martyrs of Tharsus in Cilicia as Tharatus, Probus, and Andronicus:Martyrs of Pontus. But yet the Martirs in the region of Pontus suffered far more passing and sharper tormentes, wherof I wil hereafter make mention.Martyrs of Nichomedia.

    K. Henry. 7. The historye and tyrannye of the Turkes.

    and had cruellye slaine Nicolaus Catalusius the prince thereof, Capha taken of the Turke.turnyng hys armie toward the sea of Pontus Euxinus, got the countrey of Capha from the Genuans. Before was declared how truce was takē betwene Georgius Scanderbeius,

    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.

    reneued, The persecution in Antiochewith which kinde of tormentes the Martirs at Antioch were afflicted. The persecutiō in Pontus.But in Pontus, other horryble punishmentes and fearfull to be heard, did the Martirs of Christ suffer, of which some had their

  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, Undated, 1621, 01 January 1621-31 December 1621

    *Gregoire Le Jeune, shoemaker; wife and four children. Martin Framerie, musician; wife and one child. Pierre Quesnee, brewer; marrying man. Pontus Le Gean, bolting-cloth weaver; wife and three children. *Barthelemy Digaud, sawyer; wife and eight children. Jesse de Forest, dyer;

    Index, L, 01 January 1574-31 December 1574

    the 480; see also Caribbee Islands, the. Legay , Peter, 350. Legaye , Isaac, petition of, 236. Le Gean , Pontus, and family, 499. Le Have Fort of , 469, 470, 474 476, 478. -,-, restitution of, demanded, 470. -,-,

    State Papers, 1657, February (4 of 4), 01 February 1657-28 February 1657

    guns, commanded by captain Schaell; the other ship, called the Unicorn of Middleburgh, of 18 guns, commanded by Henry de Pontus; there being also added, that both the said ships were mann'd with Netherland soldiers till they came to Cadiz

    State Papers, 1656, May (2 of 6), 01 May 1656-31 May 1656

    Brandenburgicus in Westphalia copias scribit. Konigsmer ck ducatui Bremensi defendendo incumbit, si forte electores pontificii aliquid machinari vellent. Magnus et Pontus de la Guardie fratres rebelles Polonos in Livonia dissiparunt, c sis 400. pluribus captis, cum 24 Vexillis, & c.

    Henry VIII, January 1515, 21-31, 01 January 1515-31 January 1515

    levy from Greece 1,000,000 ducats. Is busily employed in building a navy. Order has been given to the provinces of Pontus to collect vessels of 200 tons for Constantinople in March. It is expected that, under the pretext of attacking

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rhufain a feddylir wrth Babilon. Pe buasai y llythyr yn cael ei anfon o Babilon, buasai yn enwi Cappadocia a Pontus yn olaf; ond wrth ddyfod o Rufain, y mae y gwledydd yn eu trefn ddaearyddol. Mae o bwys i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thua therfyn ei oes yn Hierapolis. St. Pedr, wedi llafurio yu Judea ac Antiochia, a bregethodd i'r Iuddewon gwasgaredig yn Pontus, Gaatie, Cappadocia, a Bithyn- ia, a thybir gan rai iddo gynorthwyo St. Paul yn syl- | aeniad yr eglwys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei ddwyn ymlaen, "Had He some followers." "0 yes," " Who were they?" " Well Julus Cesar was one, and Pontus Pilot the other." "Was that all ?" "0 no, but I do not know the name of that fellow, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so they called the Macrocephali ' Long-heads.' " Their historians seem to have peopled the countries lie. yond the stormy Pontus with inhabitants, to whom they have attributed the most extraordinary physical peculiarities, so fabulous and marvellous, that it is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Paphisganian Coasts-The Coasts of Pontus-The Djanik-The Armesians-The Primittve Church of Armenia-The Armenian Reformation-The Vole ,f the Irio-Aucient Sites of Pontus and Galatia-The Chiefs of the Vallies-CmntralCappadocia-Mosssul- man Theology-Cilieia Prrofectura-Nomadie Tribes-An Ar- menian Mfnace-The Tyanitis-The Garsauritis-Slow Travelling -Fast Travelling-Phryria and Subscribers-only content

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